facts about Strathclyde - Strathclyde was one of nine former local
government regions of Scotland created by the Local Government (Scotland)
Act 1973 and abolished in 1996 by the Local Government etc (Scotland) Act
1994. The Strathclyde region had 19 districts.
The area was on the west coast of Scotland and stretched from the
Highlands in the north to the Southern Uplands in the south. As a local
government region, Strathclyde population, in excess of 2.5 million, was
the largest of the regions. The Region of Strathclyde was responsible for
education (from pre-school through to colleges); Social Work; Police;
Fire; Sewage; strategic planning; Roads; Transport - and, therefore,
employed almost 100,000 public servants (almost half were teachers,
lecturers and others in the education service) The area of the region is
still in use as a police force area, covered by Strathclyde Police, a
fire service area, covered by Strathclyde Fire and Rescue Service, and a
transport area, covered by Strathclyde Partnership for Transport.
Towns - Airdrie Ayr Barrhead Bearsden Bellshill Biggar Campbeltown
Carluke Clydebank Coatbridge Cumbernauld Dumbarton Dunoon East Kilbride
Glasgow Gourock Greenock Hamilton Helensburgh Inveraray Irvine Johnstone
Kilbarchan Kilmarnock Kilwinning Lanark Largs Lochgilphead Maybole
Milngavie Motherwell Oban Paisley Prestwick Rothesay Rutherglen Saltcoats
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